Speaking during a press conference after the inauguration of the e-NIC rollout, Abdullah emphasized that national processes in Afghanistan including election or the process of distribution of Electronic Tazkiras need nation level consultations, Khaama wrote.
He also added that better security remains a top priority for the Afghans, not issues that can challenge our collective effort for peace and stability.
Abdullah also warned that the distribution process of e-NIC today will unfortunately divide people further and add more to the problems.
According to the Chief Executive, the issue of Electronic Tazkiras was discussed across the country, emphasizing that people had legitimate concerns but, no attention was paid to these legitimate concerns which is an unpleasant discussion and could lead country to crisis.
“I would once again declare that all the national processes which are not being consulted within the National Unity Government and with the people of Afghanistan are not legitimate and I will not be part of those processes,” he added.
This comes as President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani formally inaugurated the distribution of the e-NIC during a ceremony in Kabul this morning as he emphasized that the process will help the security measures.